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Thompson Earns All-American Honors

Crimson Wave Men's Track and Field3/7/15-
Crimson Wave Track and Field jumper Phillip Thompson received NAIA Indoor Track and Field All-American Honors today in the triple jump at the 2015 NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Geneva, OH.

Thompson took fourth overall in the event with a jump of 14.80m.  Thompson reached this distance on his fifth jump of the day.  Thompson jumped for 14.49m in his first and third jumps, fouling on his second.  His fourth jump was at 14.62 before his fifth jump of 14.80 landed him All-American honors. 

"I am extremely proud of Phillip on his accomplishment at nationals. To finish 4th place is an outstanding accomplishment. I am looking forward to seeing seeing the great marks to come in the outdoor season." Said Head Coach Rachel Luehrs

Thompson was the lone representative for CCSJ at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships, qualifying on February 14th at the Chicagoland Championships.  Thompson won the triple jump at the Chicagoland Championships with a mark of 15.09m. 

Thompson Qualifies for Indoor Nationals

Crimson Wave Men's Track and Field
2/14/15 - The Crimson Wave men’s track team competed in the Chicagoland Championship on Saturday February 14th.

There were some great highlights on the men’s side as they continue to impress with each meet. Phillip Thompson finished 1st in the triple jump with a personal best mark of 15.09m which currently put him second in the nation for the NAIA. This jump qualifies for Thompson for the NAIA Indoor Championships in Geneva, OH. This is also the new school record for CCSJ. Matthew Stewart finished 4th in the high jump while Blake Wallace finished 11th in the long jump. Combined with the women, there were seventeen season best times.

“I could not be happier with how the men’s team performed. They continue to improve at every meet. We have a pretty young team, but the hard work and improvements that they are making are phenomenal. Altogether, we had 14 season best times and one NAIA ‘A’ Standard Qualifying Mark. There are huge things to come for this team and I am looking forward to the great times and marks w will have at our last indoor meet this Friday,” said Coach Luehrs.

The men will return to action on Friday when they compete in the GVSU Tune-Up in Allendale, Michigan.

Thompson and Lopez Win at Illiana Invite

Crimson Wave Men's Track and Field1/1715 -
The Crimson Wave men’s track team competed in the Illiana Invitational at Lewis University over the weekend. Overall, the men would finish 5th out of nine schools with 66 points.

There were some strong performances from CCSJ. Phillip Thompson finished first in the triple jump as he went for 14.0m. Hector Lopez finished first in the 5000m with a time of 15:34.67. Matt Stewart finished third in the high jump with 1.99m.
Joseph Curtis finished 6th and 8th in the 200m and 55m respectively. Aaron Murray finished 2nd in the 400m and Nick Barango finished 3rd in the 600m.

“I am extremely proud of how our Men’s team performed. We came out strong on our first big meet of the season with a handful of top 5 finishes, personal records, and a national qualifying mark. We set a good bar for where we are at in our training and are very excited for the rest of this season,” said Coach Luehrs.

The Crimson Wave will return to action on January 24th when they compete in the Greyhound Classic.
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